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What is Plasma Fibroblast?

Plasma Fibroblast is a safe, non-surgical treatment that tightens and lifts the skin with little to no downtime. The pen-like device produces a tiny plasma flash also referred as a plasma arc (thermal energy mixed with gasses in the air which contain positively charged ions and negatively charged electrons). The tool itself never touches the skin, however the plasma flash creates a tiny dot upon contact. This is known as sublimation. Sublimation (the action of turning matter from solid, to gas bypassing the liquid stage).

In other words, we are ‘evaporating’ the excess tissue without the application of excess heat and in a very superficial controlled manner. The effect causes an instant contraction of the tissue, minimizing wrinkles and sagging skin. Stimulating skin regeneration and collagen production.

Does it hurt?

Plasma fibroblast is a non-surgical treatment with little to no pain or minimal discomfort reported by patients. A topical numbing cream is applied to treatment area prior to procedure.

Are there any side effects?

Immediately after the Fibroblast procedure, you may notice that your skin is red and slightly swollen. This is normal and should subside within 3-5 days. Though you may see a slight redness lingering from time of treatment up to 2 months  (depending on part of body).

During the procedure, small carbon crusts form on the skin. You should avoid the urge to touch these crusts post-procedure. You can expect them to last between 5-10 days. They’ll naturally fall off as new skin rebuilds underneath the treated area. Some clients may experience slight change in skin pigmentation. If you are prone to hyper-pigmentation or hypo-pigmentation please tell your technician.

How long does it last?

Like all surgical and cosmetic procedures, the effects of plasma fibroblast are not entirely permanent as it does not stop any further aging. However, the results you get should last you for many years. The positive effects of the treatment will be noticeable immediately after the first treatment, and continue over the next three months.

Additionally, there are lifestyle factors that can prevent the result from lasting as long as it can, such as smoking, alcohol consumption, and prolonged sun exposure etc.

Links to studies of Plasma Fibroblast for Facial Rejuvenation:

Who Should NOT get Plasma Fibroblast?
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding
If you have diabetes and healing disorders
Metal plates, pins or other implants
Pacemaker or any other medical device with an electrical current
Cardio-vascular deficiencies including severe uncontrolled blood pressure
If you are prone to keloid scars or any skin disorders including active acne
If you suffer from auto-immune disease or other illnesses which affect the immune system.
Malignancy and chemotherapy in the past 3 years
Any person that has melasma or any hyper-pigmentation issues should discuss this with their technician.

**Please discuss any concerns or questions before the procedure

Skin Types 5 & 6  Need a Patch Test Performed 4 Weeks Prior to Appointment.

* This is because of the high probability of hyper or hypo-pigmentation

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